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The Second Doctor was originally a bemused and confused version of his former self. With a new face and an new attitude, the Doctor proved to be a stark contrast from the bold and steadfast personality of his previous incarnation, instead adopting a more gleeful, child-like outlook on life. His clownish behaviour and unconventional dress sense earned him the reputation of an intergalactic hobo.

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The new Doctor was immediately met with skepticism from his companion, Ben Jackson, but was more quickly accepted by Polly Wright. An adventure with the Daleks was enough to prove to his two friends that, despite his new appearance, he was still the Doctor that they both knew. Arriving in the Scottish Highlands not long after, the Doctor, Ben and Polly meet young piper, Jamie McCrimmon, whom Ben and Polly take under their wing and invite to travel with them in the TARDIS. After various adventures together, Ben and Polly finally take the opportunity to return home when they arrive back in their own time and the Doctor and Jamie return to the TARDIS and continue their travels.

When the Doctor and Jamie are caught up in another scheme by the Daleks, they meet Victoria Waterfield, daughter of Professor Edward Waterfield, in 1886. When Professor Waterfield is killed by the Daleks, orphaning Victoria, the Doctor and Jamie take her away in the TARDIS, both willing to look after and protect her in the light of her loss. After a while, Victoria decided to stay on Earth with a foster family to look after her and the Doctor and Jamie depart.

The pair are soon joined by Zoe Heriot, a scientist they meet on a space station called the Wheel, where they again defeated the Cybermen. After many journeys and adventures, the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe are caught up in a conspiracy and plot which requires the intervention of the Doctor's own people, the Time Lords. When the Time Lords had returned everyone home, they return Jamie and Zoe to their own times, wiping their memories of the Doctor in the process and have the Doctor stand trial for stealing the TARDIS and breaking their first law of non-intervention in the affairs of other peoples and planets.

The Doctor makes a case that persuades them that evil is present in the universe that must be fought and that he still plays a role in those fights. All the same, the Time Lords decide that his punishment would be exile to Earth in the 20th century with a new appearance and the secrets of the TARDIS' operation taken from him. The Doctor, defiantly, refuses his punishment as he is sent away and his next regeneration is triggered, with him eventually arriving on Earth in his dazed third incarnation.

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Incarnations of the Doctor
First Doctor - Second Doctor - Third Doctor - Fourth Doctor - Fifth Doctor - Sixth Doctor - Seventh Doctor - Eighth Doctor - War Doctor - Ninth Doctor - Tenth Doctor - Eleventh Doctor - Twelfth Doctor - Thirteenth Doctor